Reference no: EM13820 , Length: Words: 1200
All of them short Discussion. Each of them 200 words all together around 1200 words.
"Validating Your Work" Please respond to the following:
Describe attribute minimization. Explain what would happen if you tried to validate a page containing instances of attribute minimization. Propose a solution to this problem.
There are many reasons to validate your Web design. Select one of these reasons and discuss its importance.
"Understanding Validation" Please respond to the following:
From the e-Activity, identify a business of your choice (school, bank, law office, travel agency, pet store, retail store, etc.) and explain how the use of XML could prove to be beneficial.
This week covered validation and the use of validators. Describe at least two other techniques for validating your document that does not involve submitting it through an online validator.
"Object-oriented Design" Please respond to the following:
Coupling is a key concept in the use of class objects. Discuss the concepts of “is-a” relationships and “has-a” relationships as they are implemented using derived classes and composite classes.
"UML Diagrams, Sequence Diagrams, and State Diagrams" Please respond to the following:
Explain how attributes and member functions are depicted through the use of UML class diagrams.
POL 110 ( American Government)
“The Bureaucracy and Its Effectiveness” Please respond to the following:
Judge whether you think that federal bureaucrats generally act in the best interests of their agencies or in the best interests of the government.
Suggest ways in which an informed citizenry can be a safeguard against corrupt or bloated bureaucracy.
“The Fairness of the Court System” Please respond to the following:
Does every citizen receive a fair trial in the U.S.? Decide if our legal system is generally fair.
If not, how can an informed citizenry effect change?